A Lesson In Civil Discourse From Jon Stewart

Submitted by: OldOllie 5 years ago in
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Female 1,203
I love John Oliver! This was amazing. That woman...can she really be that stupid?
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Male 4,004
That wasn`t a lesson from John Stewart, it was from John Oliver.

I thought this was funny, not hilarious, but funny.
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Male 121
Did you guys just watch the same video I did. That was epic. She just refused to understand how blatantly against herself she was. Not the funniest, but damn, way to publicly make her look like a fool.
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Male 25,417
This was not up to his usual caliber of awesomeness
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Male 373
So CrakrJak, you just don`t like liberals eh?
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Male 17,512
She`s a hypocrite, that`s pretty much standard operating procedure for a liberal editorial writer.
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Male 39,576

I`ve seen some brilliant stuff on that show and truly biting humor from John Oliver...this was not that .

meh
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Male 1,692
Genius!

@simbha, even if you understand the irony of her using such words, using offensive and vitriolic words to namecall an ideological opponent works _against_ gaining a mutual understanding.
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Male 416
To clarify my last comment - I`m not supporting her position or comments. I`m just providing more of her own words to the discussion.
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Male 416
I don`t think OldOllie understand the irony intended here.

For a more in-depth understanding of her position on the subject (not intended for comedy effect), check out her August 18, 2011 article on the subject here.
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Male 10,855
OldOllie citing Jon Stewart? Why I`m flattered!

<faints>
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Male 403
She should be in politics!
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Male 15,832
Link: A Lesson In Civil Discourse From Jon Stewart [Rate Link] - Do as I say, not as I do.
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